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U240D·Workshop: Introduction to the Arduino MicrocontrollerWorkshop · First-Year Programs Division
Sun. June 10, 2012 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
216A, San Antonio Convention Center
Ticketed event: $85.00
Arduino is a versatile and inexpensive, open-source microcontroller platform that is an excellent resource for engineering educators. The Arduino Uno includes 14 digital input/output pins, six analog input pins, and an integrated development environment which uses a language similar to C++. The well-organized compilation of online resources allows users with limited microcontroller experience to quickly implement measurement and control applications.
This workshop is intended to be an introduction for beginners and others who have used another microcontroller platform and just want to learn more about the Arduino.
After completing this workshop, participants will be able to write simple Arduino programs that read inputs from switches and sensors, and that control outputs such as LEDs, transistors and servos. Participants will receive their own Arduino microcontroller and a small collection of devices used in the workshop.
Dr. David E. HallLouisiana Tech University
Louisiana Tech University
Dr. Gerald W. RecktenwaldPortland State University
Portland State University
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